Prep wrestling: Mount Baker Justin Compton Invite

At Mount Baker H.S.

Team scores: Glacier Peak 223, Mount Baker 172.5, Aberdeen 161.5, Sultan 113, Sedro-Woolley 87, Bellingham 82.5, Monroe 65.5, Lakewood 55, La Conner 53.5, Nooksack Valley 43, Darrington 35, Friday Harbor 15.

106—1. Mats Haneburg (GP), 2. Samir Mahmoud (GP); 113—3. Elisha Forrest (Darr); 120— 3. Miguel Cerna (Sul), 5. Hunter Olson (Lkwd), 6. Caleb Schloss (GP); 126—1. John Kim (GP), 3. James Mackenzie (Sutl), 6. Colton Anderson (Dar); 132—1. Ethan Barr (GP), 4. Austin Pierre (Mon); 138—1. Michael Matwichuk (GP), 3. McKinley Braa (Mon), 6. Jacob Ballweber (Sul); 145—3. D’Marco DeGros (Mon), 4. George Tremle (Lkwd), 5. Daniel Bastian (GP), Seth Littrell (Mon); 152—1. Jason Barruss (Sul), 5. Logan Coreman (GP), 6. Garrett Green (Dar); 160—4. Tanner Kranz (GP); 170—1. Tyler Sabin (GP), 2. James Boglivi (Sul), 5. Griffin Thomas (GP); 182—1. Sean Elledge (GP), 3. Jeff Harrions (Lkwd), 5. Charlie Johnson (Sul); 195—2. Jake Naslund (Sul), 3. Andrew Sanches (Mon); 220—3. Marcus Becerra (GP), 5. Tug Giorgio (Lkwd); 285—2. Mosese Fifita (GP).

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